Monitor

In the period 2016-2017 VSNU – together with a number of experts working at universities – formulated definitions concerning the monitoring of open access publications. With the aid of these definitions, the universities conducted an official study of open access performance in 2016, the results of which were presented to the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science at the end of 2017. This study found that 42% of articles in the Netherlands in 2016 were open access publications. Mid-2018 the percentage of articles published in open access for the year 2017 were published and increased to 50%. 

These percentages should be regarded as an initial monitoring of open access publications. There are still some inconsistencies in terms of validity and reliability amongst the measurements used.

Table 1: Percentages OA publications 2016 and 2017 Dutch universities by category 

Publications per year
Publications per publisher

Open access publications per publisher sorted by year

This data has been updated on 9 September 2019.

Open access publications per year sorted by publisher

This data has been updated on 9 September 2019. These figures are indicative: no rights can be derived from them.

Title 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Soort uitgever
American Chemical Society (ACS)
454
464
319
Hybrid
BMJ Hybrid
Brill
45
31
Hybrid
Cambridge University Press
30
meer
68
31
Hybrid
Elsevier
358
795
978
511
Hybrid
Emerald Publishing group
5
26
meer
19
Hybrid
Emerald Publishing group
33
Hybrid
Frontiers
335
359
483
727
237
Full Gold
Karger
103
22
155
19
Hybrid
Karger Hybrid
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins LWW
55
67
60
Hybrid
Oxford University Press
222
Hybrid
Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
102
108
meer
Hybrid
Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
65
Hybrid
SAGE
14
83
meer
Hybrid
SAGE
625
gelijk
656
243
Hybrid
Springer
1927
2113
Hybrid
Springer
2073
Hybrid
Springer
2086
1337
Hybrid
Taylor & Francis
1549
1399
476
Hybrid
Taylor & Francis
1390
748
Hybrid
Thieme
meer
7
2
Hybrid
Walter de Gruyter
16
19
Hybrid
Wiley
379
737
meer
1858
1154
Hybrid

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